MV Agusta have created yet another special edition of the Brutale. However, unlike those in the past, there will only be one of these. The one off special model is called the Brutale 1000 RR Blue & White M.L.
As the name suggests, it’s based on the Brutale 1000 RR but features a unique livery. It pays homage to the Brutale 910R Italia, which was built to commemorate the Italy winning the 2006 FIFA World Cup. At the time, each of the winning team members and the coach were given one of the bikes by then CEO, Claudio Castiglioni. MV Agusta Senior Designer, Adrian Morton, also cites the 2013 Brutale 800 Italia and various versions of the Brutale America as inspiration.
The lucky owner will get a certificate confirming its authenticity as the only unit produced. The bike itself will feature the number 001/001.
Besides the unique livery, Blue and White also features a frame and swingarm plates finished in matte gold. Its forged aluminum wheels are matching as well.
This special edition is powered by the same 998cc inline 4 as the regular Brutale 1000 RR, which produces 208 PS and 115 Nm of torque. MV Agusta claims it can go beyond 300 km/h and comes with riding modes, ABS and traction control to help reign in the power.
MV Agusta has promised more photos and information coming soon. Unfortunately, this announcement does not include the price or how to bid for or even express interest in acquiring it. In the past, special models like these from MV Agusta were auctioned off for a good cause. It’s likely we may see a similar process with this one.